29 Ways To Furnish Your Home With Repurposed Wooden Crates #mylittlebigvictories

alisoncoldridge:

You don’t need to spend lots to make your house look stylish. You can get thrifty with both your space and your spending allowance by recycling wooden fruit, wine and vegetable crates and transforming them into fab and functional bits of furniture.

From side tables to cat beds, you can give your home a rustic vibe in no time at all with these simple DIY projects.

Tweet us pics of your upcycling attempts at @YahooStyleUK.

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You don’t need to be a carpenter to upcycle a wooden crate – you just need to be able to find your way to your local hardware store. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Forget about splashing out on an expensive desk to accommodate your home office needs, and build one from a couple of wooden crates and a piece of plywood. [Photo: Brit.co]

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That kitty looks pretty snug in her wooden crate bed. [Photo: Etsy.com]

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Lacking a bar or surface space in your kitchen for your booze stash? Use a wooden crate to mount your stock on the wall. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Turn your family’s shoe collection into an art display by painting wooden crates an assortment of colours. [Photo: Homedit.com]

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We LOVE this blanket box. Ideal as a cushion storage solution, too. [Photo: Bhg.com]

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Achieve a rustic look in your lounge
with a coffee table create from a load of crates. [Photo:
montrealnest.blogspot.com]

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Fashion yourself a little dressing table stool or chair for your living room using a wooden crate and cushion. [Photo: Notonthehighstreet.com]

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Another great way to make some extra storage space in tiny kitchens. [Photo: Pinterest]

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You could always used wooden crates for what they’re made for; storing fruit and vegetables. [Photo: the36thavenue.com]

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Save money on vases and add a touch of rustic charm to your wedding by using wooden crates in your centre pieces. [Photo: starsmasquerading.tumblr.com]

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This elevated pet feeding station is a great idea. You can store the animal’s food inside the crate and put their food and water bowls on top. [Photo: mysweetsavannahblog.com]

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Coat racks can be really expensive, so save your pennies and craft this one from a wooden crate instead. [Photo: Etsy.com]

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A larger crate makes the perfect bedside table. You can store books inside the crate itself and use the end of it to hold your lamp, phone and anything else you like to have close by. [Photo: Kellymaria.com]

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If you live in a studio flat, or your home is a little on the cosy side, use wooden crates to create a room divide. [Photo: mysweetsavannahblog.com]

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You have to admit that books look way better displayed like this than they do on a bookshelf… [Photo: Bhg.com]

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Use an old freestanding coat rack to create this wooden crate tower – ideal for jazzing up your hallway. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Another great way to use a wooden crate as a table. Plus, how good does the lick of paint look? [Photo: Copyepaste.com]

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Or use old crates to house your crafting supplies. [Photo: Pinterest]

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They’re great for storing all of your bathroom supplies. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Screw in some wheels, attach some crates together and you’ve got yourself an epic wooden train to store all of your tot’s toys in. [Photo: Doorsixteen.com]

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This simplistic bar has plenty of appeal, don’t you think? [Photo: Pinterest]

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This has to be the prettiest dish rack we’ve ever seen. Very French country chic. [Photo: Dreamywhites.blogspot.com]

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FINALLY – somewhere to put all of those old magazines and newspapers that clutter up the coffee table. [Photo: Pinterest]

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If you’re really savvy with a saw, you could make this wooden bed complete with wooden crate storage units. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Now this would make an epic outdoor bar… [Photo: Pinterest]

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Run out of shelf space for all your plants? Give them a home in a hanging wooden crate. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Use crates as pretty planters in your back garden. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Attach hairpin legs to a crate and you’ve got yourself one vintage looking end table. [Photo: Pinterest]

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Or just use a load of them to fashion yourself a shelving unit. [Photo: norskeinteriorblogger.blogspot.co.uk]

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